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May
10
comment Alternative for “pedantic”
punctilious is a good word.
May
8
comment Is it grammatical to have “why” and “to” together?
Do you mean that "why to" is grammatical?
May
8
accepted Is it grammatical to have “why” and “to” together?
May
8
comment Wid = Widow or Wid = With
wth wouldn't work, it looks like "what the heck"
May
8
asked Is it grammatical to have “why” and “to” together?
May
7
awarded  Yearling
May
6
comment What's another word to mean “a way of thought”?
Is a "personality" considered a "mindset" or "attitude" ?
May
6
comment What's another word to mean “a way of thought”?
A word that can categorize both "interest" and "confidence" would fit the bill..
May
5
comment What's another word to mean “a way of thought”?
Btw do you think that personality (e.g. don't like to talk) can be classified under "mindset"? Or rather, is there a better word that encompasses concepts like "interest" / "confidence" / "personality"?
May
5
comment What's another word to mean “a way of thought”?
@Mitch Surely we wouldn't categorize "interest" and "confidence" under "philosophy"..
May
5
comment What's another word to mean “a way of thought”?
The meaning doesn't map correctly. "tiredness" and "bad mood" are "states of mind", but they aren't a "way of thought".
May
5
asked What's another word to mean “a way of thought”?
May
3
asked Is there a word that encompasses both “receiving” and “sending”?
Apr
27
accepted What's a gender-neutral way of referring to a nurse?
Apr
27
revised What's a gender-neutral way of referring to a nurse?
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Apr
26
comment What's a gender-neutral way of referring to a nurse?
Isn't it true that the word gender has two meanings, so it can mean either 1) sex, or 2) the grammatical gender ?
Apr
26
revised What's a gender-neutral way of referring to a nurse?
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Apr
26
comment What's a gender-neutral way of referring to a nurse?
Wow gender isn't sex, that's really something to think about!
Apr
26
comment What's a gender-neutral way of referring to a nurse?
@Kaz So instead of using a male nurse, what's a more gender-neutral synonym to the word nurse?
Apr
26
comment What's a gender-neutral way of referring to a nurse?
Doesn't the word nurse have a female connotation ?